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2021 Census and Help for Hebden Royd Residents

On 21 March 2021, the Office for National Statistics will once again be calling upon the people of England and Wales to complete a census form. The census is vital to understanding the makeup of a population, as well as highlighting changes in the past decade More info on help with the census

High Hirst Wood Meadow February 2021 Update

The first 40 trees have been planted by Fruit Culture and Rooting and Fruiting, with the help of Cllr Nikki Harvey, for the Hebden Royd Town Council High Hirst Wood Meadow project,  alongside installation of gates by Forus Trees  to allow easy access to the site. Read more about the Meadow Project update

Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council

Launch of public consultation for new neighbourhood plan

Would you like to see more homes built, in the right places? Concerned about climate change, regeneration and economic recovery, local facilities, transport and parking? Then now is the time to tell us what you think of the emerging plan to address these issues. More info on the new neighbourhood plan

Council meets the pandemic challenge

Bringing together partners from across the Hebden Royd community, the Town Council has launched a Recovery Group that will co-ordinate and drive the comeback from the pandemic. More about the pandemic challenge

CAB Adviser to start in Hebden Royd

The Town Council are delighted to fund a Citizens Advice Adviser for residents of Hebden Royd to ensure anyone that is struggling in the community can access the help and support that they need. More info on the new Citizens Advice Adviser

A Huge Step Towards Peace

On January 22nd the 2017 UN Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW aka 'the Nuclear Ban Treaty') will come into force, making nuclear weapons illegal under international law. Hebden Royd Town Council was the third UK Council to support the ICAN Cities Appeal and the TPNW. Read more about the Nuclear Ban Treaty.

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